from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The American quail or bobwhite. The name is also applied to other related species. See bobwhite.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The common partridge, quail, or bob-white of the United States, Ortyx virginiana or Colinus virginianus.
- n. plural The American quails of the subfamily Ortyginæ or Odontophorinæ.
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Looking back on it, sometimes, I find that I miss the pain .... colin
On February 25th 2008, telesmkon wrote: colin is so gorgeous, so hot with long hair and fedora hat an he is so funny.
The humble pollack, which is close to a slang word for testicles, will be sold by Sainsbury's as "colin" - pronounced "co-lan," and French for the closely related hake - with packaging inspired by artist Jackson Pollock.
Havce you ever heard of a show called colin's sleazy freinds?
Percentage wise hes pretty good. colin j. louro's blog
There's much more behind the psychology of it and the technical craft, and the frightening part of all this is that 95% of the films going into production have no thought behind the medium, they simply want to make money and think slapping 3D on a picture is immersive by default. colin j. louro's blog
Cineprog why o why don't they come up with a light camera to film a entire film in IMAX instead of just filming up to 3 minits at a time. they should have inprove the IMAX instead of jumping on the 3D gimmick which will be come gone in a flash colin j. louro's blog
Don't decide in post-production, let's make it also 3D. colin j. louro's blog
JC isn't the only one, guys at Pixar totally understand 3-D too colin j. louro's blog
This is making my brain hurt. colin j. louro's blog
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